E.O.W Round 6: VOTING THREAD
Interplanetary Animal Market
Deadline For Voting: Sunday 4th December
Please vote for your personal favourite artwork from this round. Please remember that your vote should reflect an equal weight of aesthetic impact, adherance to the brief, and idea development.
Your votes will be public.
Please help strengthen the activity by leaving criticism for the artist you vote for, and for any other artworks you can manage!
sorry about apparently being too complex with this topic, ill make the next one simpler.
I want to give Zeitwolf and honourable mention, because his or her piece really deserves to be up here, but thanks to the gimpy forums and the messed up forum tech it wasnt submitted, not his fault at all and if he gives me the link ill post it up here anyway even if you catn vote on it.
A number of digs funded by the African government uncovered a massive structure of unknown origins somewhere in the eastern Sahara desert. Archaeologists believe that they've discovered what was once a major trading hub, but unfortunately, the architecture and symbols that were found in the dig are unidentifiable, and the DNA tests have yet to produce satisfactory results.
Dave brought his Tree Squid to the Interplanetary Animal Market but it didn’t get much attention.
A bustling hub for traders of all kinds, the space port of Massus IV is particularly notable for it's animal market. Breeds, species and beings of all kinds are on constantly rotating display, for the punters to view and buy.
This starship is part of a small armada of interplanetary animal vendors. They mostly target newly terraformed planets and provide some products to the less respectable rare animal zoos. They carry few real animals aboard, but instead carry the largest commercial supply of raw biological material in the galaxy. One can view an online catalogue, or visit their database room (shown) containing the wriitten description and genetic information of almost every animal in existence. Also on display in this room is a large container of the bio-material.
sry two rejections because of incompletes, one was just a sketch and both entirely laced descriptions, sorry guys, but its the rules.